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scott from the mayor's office on disability and maggie omaro, from caltran and ellen vanderslice from the city of portland. help me welcome our panelists. >> our first speaker is david allenbar and he's a senior urban design are for the san francisco planning department and manages the city design group and concerns itself with urban design and the public realm and he works on the city street plan. >> thanks christina, it's a pleasure to be here today. and as christina said, we work with the city design group and concern ourselves with the design of the public realm and the street space and that plan we are working on, will probably be released in late may and early june and hope you take the time to look at that. and we are working on plans for other parts, including the mission district that's now starting up and fisherman's wharf and octavia and better neighborhood plan and that's for adoption today and i am here to talk about the pedestrian safety and you may ask why urban designers are here to talk about pedestrian safety issues. and what particular expertise might we generalis
this monday morning. good morning, everyone i'm maggie rodriguez. >> a police officer, your 14-year-old step-daughter does something with her young boyfriend you really don't want her to do. so, you pretend to arrest the young man as seen in this video. this does not end well. we'll have the story for you in a little bit. >>> we begin at 7:00 this monday morning with major flooding in the midwest. residents are bracing for the worst this morning as the threat of flash floods still remains very high. cbs news correspondent cynthia bowers is in portage, wisconsin to bring us up to date. good morning, cindy. >> reporter: good morning, maggie. this earthen he levee is part of a series of dikes built mostly sand way back in the 1890s. sunday parts began to erode or give way as people in the historic town of portage are seeing the wisconsin river at its highest level since 1938. here in portage, the wisconsin river reached 20.5 feet sunday. that's even higher than the predicted crest, which forecastrs said wouldn't come until later today. 300 residents were asked to evacuate but those who stayed b
waking up to extreme weather, including us here in new york city. good morning, everyone. i'm maggie rodriguez. >> and we got soaked around here yesterday. good morning, everyone i'm harry smith. of course in the midwest there's still a lot of cleanup and a lot of water piled up all over the place there. and the big story, then turns out to be in southern california. california, a record-breaking heat wave making l.a. feel more like death valley. in downtown los angeles yesterday, thermometers topped out at 113 degrees, an all-time high. more than 30,000 customers lost power. and the l.a. department of water and power says it recorded its highest-ever demand for electricity. "early" show national correspondent hattie kauffman reports. >> reporter: talk about scorching. los angeles topped out at 113 degrees, the hottest day in l.a. history. it edged out the previous record set in 1990 by one degree. >> i'm going to melt. >> quite frankly, you can feel your skin searing in the heat of it. >> reporter: normally cool air blows in offshore but a high pressure system tra
to the front here, that would be ellen, vanderslice and michael and peter and jack and maggie, and we are lessons learned and i really appreciate the feedback and you staying with us throughout this day. >> i guess, i will kick this off, and start at the far left, jack, would you. would you like to reflect on what you have heard or maybe, i think the forum itself presented some new ideas with your work in san francisco. would you like to share those? >> thank you very much for sticking around and i got a lot of notes, about 10 pages and i will have to di -- digest it and i heard that there are streets that are too wide and i heard the discussion about bulbs out and i know they are expensive and work with the better streets and the most cost effective way and there are great ways and to get scientific on resources. and i heard about speeding, and i heard some good suggestions and heard about statistics from the police, i would like to find out more about that and how many sites are we writing and that's an important part of reduction. and good ideas about education and the decals on th
'm maggie rodriguez. >> we got soaked around here yesterday. good morning, everybody. i'm harry smith. of course, in the midwest, there's still a lot of cleanup and a lot of water piled up all over the place there. and the big story then turns out to be in southern california. in california, a record-breaking heat wave making l.a. feel more like death valley. downtown los angeles yesterday, they armometers topped out at 1 degrees, all-time high. the l.a. department of water and power says it recorded its highest ever demand for ele electrici electricity. hattie kaufman reports. >> reporter: talk about scorching. los angeles topped out at 113 degrees, the hottest day in l.a. history. it edged out the previous record set in 1990 by one degree. >> i'm going to melt. >> quite frankly, you can feel your skin searing in the heat of it. >> reporter: a high pressure system trapped the heat which is not good news for firefighters battling several brush fires. >> the wind, the heat and the humidity will carry fire brands to receptive fuel beds and it will produce wildfire and asking people to b
for o severe weather. good morning, everyone i'm maggie rodriguez. >> i'm harry smith. good morning, all. >> i have a question for you. do you have a hard time saying you're sorry? >> no, not at all. >> you know why? because that would require you admitting you did something wrong, which is apparently very difficult to men according to a new study and poll geez less than women do. >> i find that so curious because men screw up so much, you woonk we would -- >> that's a great points. we'll talk about thamplsts first the latest onotbig storm moving into our area, the remains of tropical storm nicole. it is expected to cause flooding from miami to maine and it threatens much of the east coast with high winds and heavy rains. our dave price is in wilmington, north carolina this morning with the very latest there. good morning, dave. >> good morning to you, harry, in wallace park near the historic district of wilmington, north carolina. as of this morning, the park has a pool. historic rains already. it started on sunday, as of this 7:04. the man who stride to set a car bomb in times square f
to be back with all of you. i'm maggie rodriguez. good to be back with you, as well, harry. >> good morning. welcome back. >> thank you. >> baby pictures later, right? >> absolutely. >> can't wait for that. i'm harry smith. good morning, everybody. lots of news this morning especially in terms of hurricane igor. during the night bermuda just waking up to the devastation caused by the powerful storm, our dave price is here and he has the latest. dave? >> good morning, harry. here's what we know, slowly weakening continuing to pound bermuda, a huge storm but as it passed over the island it left a trail of destruction in its wake and people are just beginning to see it all. igor's eye passed just 40 miles west of bermuda. this monster storm was downgraded to a category 1 just before dawn on sunday. but, it still packed a punch. heavy rains and 80-mile-per-hour winds whipped trees and power lines knocking out electricity to almost 20,000 people on this island of only 68,000. the streets of hamilton, bermuda's capital, were under several inches of water and littered with tree branches and other
is the wedding case. and joins us is maggie from maggie's austin cakes. one of her cakes is in the running for the "day" show contest. what were you thinking this morning when you saw your cake on the "today" show? >> it was an incredible thrill and honor. i was so happy to be a part of it and create a design for such a fabulous couple. >> kind of surreal, i would imane? >> absolutely, yes. >> how did you get chosen for that? >> i'm not exactly sure. we were contacted by the segment producer fr nbc, and she had gotten word from the top chef host gail simmons who found us online and we've ha tremendous support from the online community. >> how did you pick this particular cake? >> this cake has a dogwood branch, which is from the coup's home state. entirely sculpted from sug. >> were you looking for the reactions? >> to have gail simmons, such a renown chef and host herself to have the couple to have a smile on their face? good enough for me. >> did you choose that particular case, or did gail say i said you to do this case? >> i had complete control. >> it looks ry classic, very smooth, yo
. >> but a lot cooking in the tropics. good morning, everyone. i'm maggie rodriguez. >> another story of this morning, you have heard of this out of texas. this is a brawl that erupted. this is not a college game. this is not a semi pro game. not a high school game. this is a pee wee football game. jeff glor is investigating and have that for you a little bit. >>> we want to start in south florida where a tropical depression pushing through, bringing heavy rain and possible flooding. before it's all over, it could impact much of the east coast. sherry williams of our miami station wfor is in miami beach and has the very latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, harry. south florida getting quite the soaking. i'm wading in water here on miami beach. with the heavy downpours, flooding is a big concern here. the roadway behind me already washed out as drivers have been dealing with that as they come through this area. flooding is a big concern as the downpours continue to hit us, coming through overnight and into the morning hours. the rain picking up on us moments ago. the worst
. captioning funded by cbs >>> the weekend is upon us. good friday morning to all of you. i'm maggie rodriguez. >> i'm harry smith. >> let's get right to the dangerous flooding. heavy rains left many areas covered in several feet of water and more rain in the forecast today. holly wagner of minneapolis station wcco-tv brings us up to date from owatonna minnesota. >> reporter: here in southern minnesota, the intense early autumn rain triggered flooding that flooded homes, the water kept rising through the night and the rain isn't over yet. the high water forced hundreds of people to leave their homes. floodwaters overwhelmed the town of owatonna where residents battled the rising water through the day. >> enough. enough rain. >> reporter: over ten inches of rain fell in some areas yesterday. and it's not just the damage to buildings and roadways. valuable farm labd is being swamped, as well. >> it's higher than we have seen it back in the early '60s so we're -- one record unchartered territory right now. >> reporter: the governors of minnesota and wisconsin de
, everybody, i'm harry smith. >> and i'm maggie rodriguez. unfortunately we begin this morning with some breaking news. the sad story out of afghanistan where it's been another deadly morning for nato troops, specifically our troops. nine coalition forces, all of them americans, died in a helicopter crash in the southern part of the country. cbs news correspondent mandy clark is in kabul this morning to bring us up to date. mandy, what can you tell us this morning? >> reporter: well, according to nato sources, early reports indicate that all nine are believed to be americans, and they were on a special forces mission. the crash happened around 4:00 a.m. in southern afghanistan. sources say it occurred in zabul province just north of kandahar, a taliban-dominated region. there was no enemy fire in the area when the helicopter went down. and the cause of the crash is under investigation. many of the covert operations happen at night. the goal of these missions are to hurt taliban activities. either hunting high-value commanders, or finding caches of drugs and weapons. helicopters are essen
morning, everybody on this first full day of autumn. 2010. i'm harry smith. >> i'm maggie rodriguez. we'll have a whole lot more on the katy perry "sesame street" controversy. do you get what it is about. >> maybe what a protest what she's done before as opposed to that. that kind of looks inknock lass to me. >> one woman put it best. she said, sesame street" thanks for speeding up the puberty process. >> we'll get to that but first big changes in the administration as president obama addresses the united nations today, his message may be drowned out by other events including the news some key players will be leaving the white house. cbs news senior white house correspondent bill plante is traveling with the president and joins us now from the u. good morning, bill. >> reporter: good morning, harry. the president will make a plea for mid east peace today. meanwhile at the white house, he expected midterm staff shake-up seems to be under way. president obama's inner circle appears to be moving on, out of the west wing. cbs news has learned david axelrod, his closest political adviser wil
. >> maggie is live at the scene with the latest, maggie? >> reporter: police are searching for the shooter. he's armed and dangerous, and we can tell you they are searching on foot with their canine units and the police helicopter is in the area as well. police are stopping cars, police are carrying assault rifles, searching cars near the scene. let's take you back and tell you what happened around 7:00 tonight, witnesses describe hearing multiple shots. police say they stopped a man in this area, said something looked suspicious. they talked to the man, that is when police tell us the man opened fire on the police officers, the officers, they were two of them, the partner in this case returned fire. we do know, one of the officers was shot, shot twice. once in the shoulder, also in the chest. he was wearing a bullet-proof vest. let's take a listen to what witnesses described to us a few minutes ago. >> i guess it was a shoot out. we heard shots and the dude come on the side of our house, then that's what we said the police officer was shot in the back. >> i'm cooking dinner looking out th
'm maggie rodriguez. >> your 14-year-old step daughter does something with her boyfriend you don't want her to do so you pretend to arrest the young man. as seen in this video. this is not end well and we'll have that story for you in a little bit. >> we begin at 7:00 this monday morning with major flooding in the midwest. residents are bracing for the worst this morning as the threat of flash floods still remains very high. cbs news correspondent cynthia bauers is in portage, wisconsin. good morning, cindy. >> reporter: good morning, maggie. the levee behind me is part of a series of dikes built mostly out of sand in the 1890s. sunday a portion began to give way as the historic town of portage experiences its highest river level since 1938. here in portage, the wisconsin river reached 20 1/2 feet sunday, even higher than the predicted crest which forecasters said wouldn't come until later today. 300 residents were asked to evacuate. those who stayed behind were trapped when local highways were shut down. >> they told us we have -- that we had 10 minutes to get out of there because they are
in this hurricane season. we'll talk more about that coming up in a couple minutes. right now maggie, over to you. >> we'll see you then. thank you. time for politics and tea party candidate christine o'donnell who surprised everyone which winning her primary in delaware. there is another surprise now as a video from her past comes back to haunt her. nancy has more from washington this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. welcome back. o'donnell says she is a devout catholic but in the video describes her experimenting with witchcraft and the man who released the clips says there is a loot more where that came from. >> i dabbled into witchcraft, hung around people doing these things. >> the clip was released by bill maher who frequently invited o'donnell on his show back when she was an activist. >> one of my first date was a witch on a satanic altar. >> a date. >> yeah. we went to a movie, had a -- satanic altar. >> reporter: delaware's candidate was already dealing with the fallout from this 1996 documentary where she equated masturbation to adultery. >> lust in your heart is commi
tonight. i'm maggie rodriguez. >> i'm harry smith. i guess we'll also have paris, at least paris to talk about anyway. she famously pled her cocaine charges in las vegas recently, gets on a plane, decided to go to japan and she's met by the authorities in japan with sort of a maybe not. maybe you should go home. we'll have that story coming up in a bit. we begin this morning with politics. the president marks the six-months anniversary of his vining of the landmark health care bill today and then head to the united nations but two other issues could overshadow his message. cbs news senior correspondent bill plante has the details this morning. bill, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, harry. the two other issuess, the same have shadowed him since the beginning of his presidency, controversy over the war in afghanistan and on economic policy. the blunt-spoken summers often called the architect of president obama's economic policy steps down to return to harvard university. he's the third top-level adviser to depart since july. he follows budget director peter or zeroing and chief eco
it comes to show off her afterschool matters program, maggie daley makes it happen. >> she talks about life after politics for the first family. >> reporter: there's a lot ahead for them. her husband announced he would not run for reelection. for years she's been gracefully battling breast cancer. today maggie steps in front of a camera to talk about a program that matters to her. teaching kids skills with bringing them arts. she makes it a priority after her duties as first lady are done. >> it's the largest in the country. nobody's doing anything like this. we have a point to prove. that is in chicago let's make this happen. >> reporter: dancing, singing and performing. little known commodities in chicago's inner city. it can all be found in maggie daley's after school matters program. she will always be a cheerleader for the project and has no plans to step away she says. after the last week's announcement of her husband stepping away from chicago city politics, she promises not to turn her back on the city. >> rich and i feel the city of chicago has welcomed us. and i know myself over t
there is one program that will remain. maggie daley celebrating 20 years of her program after school matters. it helps chicago children by teaching them job skills and introducing them to the arts. as for her husband's decision to retire from city hall, maggie daley says she agrees it was time. >> to me, i think it's another door opening. a new adventure in our life. and we were looking forward to it. >> maggie daley says she will continue with after school matters when her husband is no longer mayor. she is continuing her fight with breast cancer. she does have to walk with a cane or in this case crutches because of some surgeries. but she hopes in the near future she won't need those crutches or the cane. we wish her the best. >>> coming up next at midday, the shocking new findings about the poverty rate in the u.s. >> and pope benedict beginning a controversial visit to britain with acknowledgement of church failures in dealing with abuse cases. >>> the concern over the diet drug meridia. why federal regulators are split over keeping the drug on the market. [ male announcer ] millions of
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the newspaper, david from uncle vito's pizza, maggie baxter from abc channel 7. i must turn the page. deputy chief antonio para, san francisco police department, lynn bruney, director of consumer marketting for the san francisco convention and visitors bureau and wes tyler, general manager, chancellor hotel on union square and president of the union square association. let's hear it for all those judges, ladies and gentlemen. now, these judges have a very, very difficult job. they have to rate the competitors. each bell ringer will be judged on rhythm, originality, and style. today we're going to find out who has the it factor and before the amateur competition stuff starts, i'd like to bring up a former bell-ringing champion, mr. carl payne, ladies and gentlemen. not one, not two, not three, 10-time bell-ringing champion. the only bell-ringing champion who is even close to this would be mr. byron cobb, who has five wins. and buddy, my second husband, what's the secret to winning? >> stay on god's good side. >> ah, that sounds good. now what we're going to do is ask you to go up and gib thes
of the east coast bracing for severe weather. good morning, everyone. i'm maggie rodriguez. >> i'm harry smith. >> i have a question for you. do you have a hard time saying you're sorry? >> no. >> that would admit you saying you did something wrong. therefore they apologize less than women do. >> i find that curious because men screw up so much. we would be very good at it. >> that's a great point. we'll talk about that. >>> first the latest on the big storm moving into our area. remains of tropical stormy coal. it's expected to cause flooding from miami to maine, and it threatens much of the east coast with high winds and heavy rains. our dave price is in wilmingtow, north carolina, this morning with the latest there. good morning, dave. >> reporter: morning to you, harry. we are in wallace park near the historic district of wilmington, north carolina. as of this morning, the poark hs a pool. historic rains. over 20.25 inches of rain has fallen. and another three to eight inches could be falling before the day is done. this is a huge system which stretches all the way down to the florida area
. captioning funded by cbs >>> the weekend is upon us, good friday morning to all of you. i'm maggie rodriguez. >> i'm harry smith. good morning. >> a busy new days around here so let's get to the dangerous flooding in wisconsin and minnesota where heavy rains left many areas covered in several feets of water and there's even more rain in the forecast today. poly wagner of our minneapolis station brings us up to date this morning from owatonna, minnesota. >> reporter: here in southern minnesota the intense early autumn rain triggered flooding that knocked out roads and flooded homes. the water kept rising through the night and the rain isn't over yet. the high water forced hundreds of people to leave their homes. floodwaters overwhelmed owatonna, where residents battled the rising water through the day. >> enough! enough rain. sglosht over ten inches of rain fell in some areas yesterday. and it's not just the damage to buildings and roadways. valuable farmland is being swamped, as well. >> higher than we've seen it back in the early '60s, so we're on record, uncharted territory right now. >> r
of a large corporation out of fork work years, and maggie says it's time to re-invent yourself. former director of learning and host of "making a living with maggie a "on xm-sirius radio. she is with us. welcome to you both. do you think it's possible, patricia, you may never work again? >> i try not to think that way. >> but are you discouraged after four years, certainly, and i say not work, i guess you could go find any type of job. something a lot simpler. min much wage, not career, if you will, and nothing in the line of work that you're doing now, but is that the fear, you might not be able to use your skills? >> well, i guess there is that possibility. >> four years you've been looking now. have you had any actual job offer in the past four years? >> oh, a couple of times it almost happened and then it seemed like something always happens. a merger or something else would happen to stop it. >> and patricia what was your circumstance in the first place that you ended up losing your job four years ago? >> i was laid off from boeing during a downsizing. >> all right. how have you b
important go to naturefind.com, for ages 5 to 10, october 2nd, 3:00 to 4 had:00. >> maggie's light. maggie's miles. october 1st, towson university, and all proceeds benefit families caring for children and young adults with special needs. gates open 2:30. the 5 can run and more -- 5k run. e-mail maryanne at maggie'slight.org. >> you can e-mail, jamie, or morningshow@wmar.com to let us know what is going on so we can let everybody else know what is happening. we'll be right back. >>> our "health alert" used to be we were allergic to peanuts and milk and shell fish. now the menu is far-reaching. jeffrey rotor is here to talk about the fan, food and allergy walk and ryan, 10 years old. what is he allergic to? >> peanuts, tree nuts, milk and sesame. >> you know what? it used to be like we were saying, peanuts and that was it. now strawberries, she willfish. it's far-reaching, more than ever? >> absolutely. there's eight foods that account for 90% of all food allergic reactions. milk, eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish. that is just the top eight. it extends beyond that. >
." maggie rodriguez joins us from new york. hi, maggie. >> hi, juliette. i have to admit i'm guilty of having my cell phone on the set. but i only use it to check e- mails from home or if the babysitter writes or, you know, latest wires and everything. it's one of the new iphones, do you ever one? >> i do. and i have mine near the set, too because it's kids and so on. >> maybe we can do that face to face thing one of these days. >> we are doing it now. >> that skype facebook thing. >>> let me tell you what's coming up here this morning. we have bob woodward the legendary journalist in the studio talking about his new book that's gotten so much publicity called obama's wars. he will join us. we'll also focus on a new reality show that's documenting the lives of a polygamist family in utah. we are going to tell you why authorities there are now investigating the family for a third degree felony. and a pee wee football game that turned into a brawl. the coaches of this pee wee football game right in front of these little boys are making a spectacle of themselves. we are going to show
it is an illness. >> reporter: maggie isn't depressed. but her brother was. she was 12 when he took his own life in 2003. >> every day, i have to wake up. and i don't have my brother. and maybe things could have been differently. so, it's not something to be taken lightly. just pushed under the carpet. >> won't go away if you ignore it? >> no. >> reporter: depression can be hidden, like it was for maggie's brother. unrecognized depression can lead to suicide. in fact, it's the third-leading cause of death for people age 14 to 24. over 600,000 teens make an attempt every year. i don't think there's anything that is more difficult for people to talk about than suicide. suicidal thoughts. is it something that you've experienced with your depression? you all have. >> the way my emotions used to work is like a rubber band. i could extend for a long period of time. when i let go, i snapped. >> reporter: that's what happened the day his parents found the stash of alcohol he had been hiding. >> that was the night i tried to take my own life, by going out of my nine-story bedroom window. >> reporter: it'
. they pop out from under decks, sheds, debris. >> reporter: maggie and marco's dog was fund in a patch of grass. she wanterred off before -- wandered off, and this time the reunion was quick. >> if you have a dog and you are a dog lover, you can sea why it's to important. >> i'm gigi barnett, "eyewitness news." >> all of the dogs are trained to also find people. i have done stories and seen that work. >>> today's wendy weather did cause a minor setback for a family friendly apair. there was still a big turnout for the event sponsored by a nonprofit group that provides help to victims of domestic violence. they also feature face paintings, horse rides and plenty of good food. >>> we just had the last update on hurricane earl. >> it is still officially a tropical storm but it is so far out there and racing off to the northeast. a little bit of a breather before something else gets going. >> it could be an active season. >> september is peak day anyway. so we're heading toward that. otherwise, a beautiful day around. >>> a taste of fall in the area. started out at 64. we're going below
paul and maggie, and the safety tools that beat john paul's design and count down signals and pedestrian signals, and one of our challenges with our key corridor and 19th avenue and van ness, that are state highways and getting the state to approve those, are those approved by the state or something that we need to petition on an intersection by intersection basis? >> my speciality is geometric design, i heard a conversation about count down signals, and maybe someone else knows more than me. and that's our operation department, we are very stove pipe, the person that can tell you that is richard hagston at headquarters and i believe my e-mail addresses on the hand out, and you just type in richard_ hagston and get in touch with him and he will tell you about the latest and greatest, but it has caught our attention, we were slow on the uptake. >> i had a question about pedestrian bulb outs and having those pictures of kids crossing the intersection and it seems that in san francisco we are schizophrenic about site lines at intersections, and i am pedestrian advocate and a
: maggie should know. at 17, she says she's been both a victim of bullying and to be honest, she's done some things she's not proud of. >> play ground at lunch, i took chalk and i wrote her name and i wrote she was stupid. >> reporter: it's happening all over the country, at younger and younger ages. often online. >> someone said, oh, this person still sleeps with a blanky or that person still sucks their thumb. >> reporter: the principal figures talking about bullying before it starts might keep it out of the classrooms. >> they'll be able to identify it, recognize it, and hopefully seek appropriate assistance when it happens to them. >> reporter: belmont is doing a couple things that experts say are critical, having children role play situations and teaching kids if they see bullying, do something. >> if we say, i want you to stand up, most of the kids say, what does that mean? what does that look like? >> reporter: as part of a report, we set up hidden cameras and with their parent's permission, watched how a group of kids reacted when another child was bullied. the bully and victim
morning. welcome back to 9 news now. in 18 minutes the "early show" on cbs begins. maggie rodriguez is in knock with a preview. good morning, maggie. >> reporter: good morning to you. it has been ten months since amanda knox was convicted of murdering her roommate in italy and she is ready to go back to an italian court to face new charges and her parents are facing the same charges. this morning her mother will join us to tell us what this is about. >>> and plus, housing market got you down? i bet it does. we have expert advice on where to find bargain basement prices on homes across the country. >>> plus, the hottest toys for the holiday season. we will tell you which they are and which you should be buying now before they sell out. all of that and more coming up this morning on the "early show." back to you in washington. >> thank you. we will be watching. >>> our time is 83. >>> researchers at george washington university are putting a price tag on being fat. they found the annual cost of being overweigh is an extra $4,879 for a woman and $2,646 for a man. factors like employee
. >>> in 17 minutes, the "early show" begins on cbs. maggie rodriguez is in new york with a preview. good morning, maggie. >> good morning to you. >>> coming up this morning, the author of a book that's just been so controversial, especially in your neck of the woods. bob woodward is here this morning he will talk about the white house debate over iraq and afghanistan which is the subject of obama's wars. ahead this morning if you have ever done it you know moving is exhausting, expensive and stressful and many say it was a scam. how to protect yourself while relocating. >>> and parenting is not easy but our early experts are here to help. we are answering your questions this morning as we keep an eye on parenting here on the "early show." back to you in washington. >>> last night at 11:00, we showed you this government document. it's been a hit in the blogosphere. it is the pentagon's 26 page recipe for brownies specifically designed for military consumption. we put the recipe and a popular store brand to a taste test for us. >> we have the army brownies and the betty crocker version. >>
later this morning on the early show. >> maggie rodriguez joins us from new york. welcome back. so good to see you. >> you look great. >> oh, thank you ladies. so good to be back here this morning it felt strange kind of like the first day of school but really really good i had flowers waiting for me on my desk from harry >> fantastic. >> super sweet >> we have a lot this morning right off the bat what is planning with hurricane igor it hit bermuda and tens of thousands of people don't have power. the sun is coming up we are getting a better idea of damage. dave will fill us in on with a we know so far and tell us where the storm is heading next. >> to washington where a man had an encounter with a black bear out walking his dog his wife found him and she herself came face to face with the bear but managed to call 911 and save his life and will join us exclusively with the story. >> plus new versus used. what should you invest in and buy brand new and what is okay to buy old. we will talk about that this morning and hopefully save you money on the early show. sydnie elizabeth back to y
, everyone i'm maggie rodriguez. >> we'll get to that in a sengd. one of the other stories we're covering this morning you've heard of this out of texas, a brawl that he erupted, not a college game or semipro game or a high school game but at a pee wee football game. jeff glor will investigate and we'll have that for you in a bit. first we start in south florida. a tropical depression is pushing through bringing heavy rain and possible flooding. and before it's all over, it could impact much of the east coast. sherry williams of our miami station wfor is in miami beach and has the very latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, harry. in south florida, getting quite the soaking. i'm actually wading in water as we are here on miami beach, of course with the heavy downpours, flooding is a big concern today. the roadway behind me already washed out as drivers have been dealing with that as they come through this area. so, flooding is a big concern as these downpours continue to hit us. they have come through overnight into the morning hours. the rain just picking up on us moments ago.
:50. coming up this morning later on "the early show," we have maggie rodriguez who joins us from new york. >> i would drive a long way for an in-n-out. >> you have them all over the place. >> even across the country. so bring it to my neighborhood. >> not in new york? >> no. not in new york. >> interesting. i didn't know that. just in california. we're lucky. >> we'll fedex one. might be a little cold. stick it in the microwave. >> order i think it was an animal burger that i used to get? >> secret menu. >> elizabeth knows the secret menu. >> figure out which one that. >> i'll be waiting. >>> coming up on "the early show" this morning, we are going to take you to wisconsin a story we have been following about a d.a. there who is accused and has admitted to at least once sending sexually charged text messages to women. there is a third woman now coming out with similar allegations and you will hear from her here on the early slow. we'll also be debunking credit mitt. we have four tips you need to know four simple things that you should be doing to protect your credit score. plus the legend
things. and what better way to do that than this morning we have julie and maggie with us and they're going to tell us about some of the things you can do to give the perfect gift to people. good morning. >> we're in hunt valley. >> and they seem to have a wide array of stuff. and we have a great display this morning. so take us through some of the things that you think would be a great gifts for people. >> we have a few hot items this fall. the first item is this ball. it's made of recycled aluminum. it is handcrafted. it's maintenance free. it goes from freezer from on -- from oven to table. if i'm making a crab dip prepare it in the bowl and stick it to the off haven't, you never polish. it's fab us. that is impressive. >> what else is a great wedding gift? >> another popular wedding give the the tumblers. they keep hot hot and cold, colt. >> they love seeing their new initial on things that is special for them. and a lot of other events going on. and we see a lot on this table. so show us a few more things that you want to highlight. >> we have our new line of jewelry we carry
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